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Lecture by Prof. Baldensperger

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Professor Fernand Baldensperger, of the Sorbonne, Exchange Professor for the first half-year, will deliver in Emerson D at 4.30 o'clock a lecture entitled "Etudes de literature comparee. Le type de Thonnete homme et les classiques francais du XVII siecie. II.L'etat economique de la France de 1660." This lecture will be in French, and open to the public. M. Baldensperger lectures in English and in French on problems of comparative literature; his favorite theme is the question of international literary inter-dependencies. He is giving a course on "Alfred de Vigny" which is of especial interest to students of French literature.

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